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NOVEMBER 8, 2010 [eLearning Tools, OneNote] Over 75 Free Rapid E-Learning Resources
The other day this guy asked me how to develop color schemes for his rapid elearning courses. shared some of the tools that I use for color schemes in previous posts like this one on creating your own rapid elearning PowerPoint template. So here’s a list of previously referenced tools and brief explanation of what they do. have the same challenge. Audio Resources.
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| | ELEARNING CYCLOPS
APRIL 2, 2010 [eLearning Tools, OneNote] Keeping Up - April's Big Question
This is in reference the immense and rapidly expanding technology tools. It is tough to stay on top of all the emerging tools. Not only am I often made aware of new tools, but also get opinions, tips, and examples of their use. You can never keep up with it all, but access to many experts who are also finding and sharing the lastest tech tools make it much less daunting. So, I browsed "Tools" by keyword on eLearningLearning. When I do find interesting tools I will keep track of them using my Delicious account.
| | MOODLE JOURNAL
OCTOBER 13, 2009 [eLearning Tools, OneNote] Note taking any where
I was talking to one of my colleagues recently who, with some enthusiasm has embraced the idea of eLearning to such an extent that all of his students now arrive at class not with a notebook and pen, but a wireless enabled laptop! The other day I discovered OneNote , which comes with Microsoft Office 2007. So what is this all leading up to, go back to pen and paper, no.
| | DISCOVERY THROUGH ELEARNING
MARCH 12, 2009 [eLearning Tools, OneNote] Personal Productivity Tools - Thomas Stow
Going around the room of participants each person shared 1-3 of their favourite tools that they use most often during their daily duties. Microsoft OneNote EverNote – part of Microsoft office. OneNote – desktop based. Tags: eLearning Annual Gathering 2009 Thomas Stow AG09 Productivity Tools Jane Hart Only part of the Student Suite and ultimate (?) suite. Don’t need to use post-it notes, text files, etc. Tabs, subpages , etc. Screen clipping, audio, calculator, tables, list, easy user interface, type anywhere you want on the screen. 60-day free trial.
| | TONY KARRER
FEBRUARY 9, 2009 [eLearning Tools, OneNote] Notetaking Tools Help Needed
I recently engaged in a conversation with someone who suggested I was way behind the curve in adopting a better notetaking tool. There are a lot of tools out there in this space. I've looked at EverNote and OneNote quite a bit, but I'm not convinced yet that they fit well enough for me to adopt. need to believe that I could get my notes out of the system later if I decided I needed to switch tools. Right now, I'm leaning towards trying OneNote, but I'm concerned about Lock In and that I don't believe there's any iPhone support? No Lock In. iPhone Notes.
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- [eLearning Tools, OneNote] New OneNote and Education Blog
In response to my last blog Mike Tholfsen of the OneNote
team sent me the link to their new OneNote
and Education Blog. Here is a brief description from Mike: "Because there are so many things happening right now with OneNote
and education, we wanted to start this blog to have a dialog with the education community, as well as share ideas, resources, and gather feedback from teachers, students and faculty. We also hope to point to examples of great things that educators and students are doing today with OneNote
and education. AND the Sharepoint Learning Kit. MORE >>
- [eLearning Tools, OneNote] Have you tried ONENOTE for eLearning?
HOWEVER.every time I talk about opensource tools
like MOODLE, or WIKIs, or anything NOT Microsoft, I get the collective rolling of the eyes from those who live and breath their work in an organization chained to Microsoft. we are", but I think truly think the ONENOTE
team might be onto something. had a long conversation with Mike Tholfsen of the OneNote
team. Okay, so I'm NOT a big fan of Microsoft. This may sound "look how 2.0 must say he had me wishing there was something like this on the MAC side of the house. Check out this video from Digital Inspiration MORE >>
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